Our June meeting will be taking place on Wednesday, 8th June at 7:00pm in the library at Armagh Observatory.
Our speaker this month is author and historian Dr Liam Campbell, who is the current director of the Centre for Migration Studies in Omagh.
His topic will be: “Nature, landscape and culture in Ireland: “The last wolf to the first eagle in100 years”.
Dr Campbell is the author of Room for the River: The Foyle River Catchment Landscape: Connecting People, Place and Nature (2021), a historical record of how the Foyle catchment has shaped the culture and heritage of the north west region of Ireland and co-authored the forthcoming Lough Neagh: An Atlas of the Natural, Built and Cultural Heritage (Ulster Historical Foundation, July 2022).
You can find out more about him at https://mellonmigrationcentre.com/about-us/profiles/